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The Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr
Richard Conrad Stein
Listed under Martin Luther King, Jr

The Black Panthers Speak
Philip S. Foner (Editor), Martin Luther, Jr. King
Paperback / Published 1995

Braving the New World : 1619-1784 : From the Arrival of the Enslaved Africans to the End of the American Revolution (Milestones in Black American His)
Don Nardo, Martin Luther, Jr. King (Editor)
Library Binding / Published 1995

Building King's Beloved Community : Foundations for Pastoral Care and Counseling With the Oppressed
Donald M. Chinula, Howard John Clinebell (Introduction)
Paperback

Centuries of Greatness : The West African Kingdoms 750-1900 (Milestones in Black American History)
Philip Koslow, Martin Luther, Jr. King (Editor)
Library Binding / Published 1995

The Children
by David Halberstam
Like the Revolutionary and Civil Wars, the civil rights movement has achieved mythical status in America--an epic tale of heroes and martyrs; of sacrifice, honor, and courage in the face of overwhelming odds; of ideals worth dying for in a time and place where death was an all-too-real possibility. In The Children, prize-winning journalist and author David Halberstam goes back in time to the beginnings of the civil rights movement in Nashville, Tennessee, tracing both the lives of the individuals who initiated it and the growth of the movement itself into its present-day status. 

Every epic must have its hero, and The Children has James Lawson, a young, African American divinity student whose tactics in civil disobedience were learned at the knees of Mahatma Gandhi's followers during a three-year stint as a missionary to India. When he returned to the States and was accepted into the all-white Vanderbilt Divinity School, Lawson began teaching workshops to Nashville's African American youth designed to equip them for the equal-rights struggle, a battle Lawson believed could be won only with nonviolent tactics. Halberstam chronicles the fight against racism with the insight that comes from witnessing it first-hand. As a young journalist for the Tennessean in Nashville, he covered the rise of the civil rights movement, and in The Children he draws on many of his writings from the era. From accounts of lunch-counter sit-ins to the freedom rides, Halberstam's book covers the map of the crusade for racial equality, serving as a poignant reminder that heroes come in all ages, colors, and characters. Amazon.com
Paperback from Ballantine Books

The Community Builders 1877-1895 : From the End of Reconstruction to the Atlanta Compromise (Milestones in Black American History)
Pierre Hauser, et al
Paperback / Published 1995
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Community, Violence, and Peace : Aldo Leopold, Mohandas K. Gandhi, Martin Luther King, Jr., and Gautama the Buddha in the Twenty-First Century
A. L. Herman
Paperback

A Documentary History of the Negro People in the United States 1951-1959 : From the Korean War to the Emergence of Martin Luther King, Jr.
Herbert Aptheker (Editor), Henry Louis, Jr. Gates (Illustrator)
Paperback / Published 1993

A Documentary History of the Negro People in the United States 1960-1968 : From the Alabama Protests to the Death of Martin Luther King, Jr.
Herbert Aptheker(Editor)
Paperback

The Eyes on the Prize : Civil Rights Reader : Documents, Speeches, and Firsthand Accounts from the Black Freedom Struggle, 1954-1990
Clayborne Carson, et al
Paperback / Published 1991

Forever Free : From the Emancipation Proclamation to the Civil Rights Bill of 1875 (1863-1875)
Christopher E. Henry, et al
Paperback / Published 1995

Great Ambitions: From the "Separate But Equal" Doctrine to the Birth of the NAACP (1896-1909)
Pierre N. Hauser, Martin Luther, Jr. King (Editor)
Library Binding / Published 1995

I Am a Man : Powa Ta Da Peepas (Powa Ta Da Peepas)
Oyamo
Paperback / Published 1995

In Struggle : SNCC and the Black Awakening of the 1960s
Clayborne Carson, Martin Luther, Jr. King
Paperback / Published 1995

Ripples of Hope: Great American Civil Rights Speeches
by Josh Gottheimer, Bill Clinton, Mary Frances Berry
from BasicCivitas Books

Gathering Storm 1787-1829 : From the Framing of the Constitution to Walkers Appeal (Milestones in Black American History)
Mary Barr Sisson, et al
Paperback
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Ghosts of Mississippi 1996 VHS
VHS Tape from Castle Rock
starring Alec Baldwin, James Woods, Whoopi Goldberg
Description
A determined widow. A courageous D.A. They found a way to do what two trials and 25 futile years of effort couldn't do-convict the murderer of civil rights leader Medgar Evers. Alec Baldwin, Whoopi Goldberg and James Woods star in a powerful tale of courage and commitment. 
directed by Rob Reiner
Published: 08 January, 2002
 
 
 

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